Monthly Archive: January 2004

Close the Windows and Save the Lamp

This discourse, given by Sathya Sai Baba at His Prasanthi Nilayam ashram in 1965, points out the way the spiritual seeker should proceed along the path to self-realization. Mukkoti Ekadasi [an Indian festival commemorating

He Knows Us and Loves Us

Dr. Choudary Voleti, a cardiac surgeon, comes from South India. He was drawn to the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, one of Bhagavan’s many contributions of divine grace to mankind. Baba’s

Live in the Divine

Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in the following discourse to the overseas devotees  lays out guidelines for a rewarding visit to His abode at Prasanthi Nilayam. He lovingly urges us to act in a

Baba and I

Baba is the Moon, bright and beautiful; I am the star, twinkling and tearful. Baba is the Meru, sheer and beautiful; I am a dust under foot, weak and uneventful. Baba is the Kalpa

Mind and the Senses

The senses are induced by the mind to move out and attach themselves to objects. Man must make the mind submit to viveka or intelligence which discriminates, and then, the mind will help instead


Question: Swami, many of us are helpless when we interact with youngsters. They often say, “Don’t interfere with our freedom. We are independent and act in the way we choose.” We find it difficult